If it’s summer, then we're deep into racing season and our team is headed to the legendary Road America road circuit in Wisconsin for the next round of the Pirelli World Challenge.
Long ago Tony Stewart acknowledged his admiration for four-time Indianapolis 500 winner and racing legend A.J. Foyt.
There is a great deal of speculation swirling around about who will drive for Ferrari, but those inside the Prancing Horse team insist they are concentrating on the job at hand and not worrying about next season.
You know you are in Iowa when it is easy to find a pork tenderloin sandwich, the weather forecast changes hourly and other than Monday, there is a dirt track race somewhere in the state.
Fernando Alonso’s participation in the 101st Indianapolis 500 was reminiscent of the Golden Age of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
The annual Memorial Day weekend in Southern California featured a Salute to the Indy 500 410 sprint car event.
Everyone keeps talking about the grassroots racer and the grassroots fan base as the keys to making motorsports in the U.S. more viable.
This one is for the guy in the parking lot, firing up a grill or throwing a Frisbee or digging into the cooler in the trunk of his car, reaching deep into the ice because the beer at the bottom, he believes, is always the coldest.
Leaving the Golden State on Monday, the first race of our 19th drive to the Midwest in the last 20 years started at Columbus, Neb., home of U.S. 30 Speedway.
The humidity is up, the sun beats down and everybody has fun. Well, not everybody; the mechanics and officials and vendors work their butts off and are fatigued to the point of irascibility.